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NEWS March 21, 2011

Southwest Florida reports February traffic growth

A total of 790,124 passengers passed through Southwest Florida International Airport in February, a rise of 4.6% on the same month a year ago.

NEWS March 21, 2011

Budapest opens new €100 million terminal



Budapest Airport has officially unveiled its new €100 million ‘SkyCourt’ terminal that it hopes will help it become a key regional hub for Central and Eastern Europe.

NEWS March 21, 2011

Heathrow to outsource IT services



Heathrow is to outsource its IT services to Capgemini after signing a landmark five-year contract with the Paris-based company worth €115 million.

NEWS March 17, 2011

Mayor delivers Heathrow warning



Heathrow has welcomed comments by the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, concerning the coalition government’s opposition to the construction of new runways.

NEWS March 16, 2011

Dublin officially welcomes US carriers to T2


Delta's Pierre Spain and Siobhan Carrick with Declan Collier, DAA Chief Executive.

Dublin Airport Authority chief executive, Declan Collier, has officially welcomed Delta, Continental, US Airways, American Airlines and Servisair to their new home in Terminal 2.

NEWS March 16, 2011

Traffic rises at Copenhagen

A total of 1.5 million passengers passed through Copenhagen Airport in February – 5.5% more than during the corresponding month last year.

NEWS March 15, 2011

World passengers up 6.3% and cargo up 15.2% in 2010


International cargo performed well in 2010, increasing +15.2% compared with 2009, while passenger numbers were also up +6.3%, preliminary figures from the Airports Council International (ACI) reveal.

NEWS March 9, 2011

Amsterdam and Incheon sign e-freight agreement



Amsterdam Schiphol and Korea’s Incheon Airport have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to co-operate in the promotion of e-freight.

NEWS March 9, 2011

Air navigation service providers to transform Europe's skies



Air navigation service providers across Europe have signed an agreement signalling the route towards single, unified airspace which could cut delays and costs to airlines.

NEWS March 8, 2011

BWI given green light to launch Cuba flights

Baltimore/Washington (BWI) has followed Tampa International Airport in receiving approval from the US Customs and Border Protection to handle passenger charter flights to and from Cuba.

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